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But the survey produced no clear conclusion on this – some prostitutes were abused as children, others were not.
Four groups of prostitutes.
The SFI researchers calculate that there are a little over 3,200 prostitutes in Denmark, which is fewer than expected, for example because some prostitutes work at several clinics.
The researchers divide the prostitutes into four groups:
• Female escort prostitutes (about 900)
• Male escort prostitutes (no figure)
• Female clinic prostitutes (about 1,600)
• Street prostitutes (less than 600 foreigners, few Danes)
A majority of female escort and female clinic prostitutes gave sexual curiosity as a reason for entering prostitution; many had great interest in sex before becoming prostitutes.
Almost half of the female escorts and just over a sixth of the clinic prostitutes started their work because they saw an opportunity to make money through sex.
Street prostitutes, however, draw another picture: they are not in the business for the sex but to deal with problems such as drug abuse.
The report is based on interviews with former and active prostitutes and with experts from the authorities and NGOs associated with the sex environment.
Despite the sexual drive, the main reason for prostitution in all groups is money.
“Money is cited by 85% of the prostitutes,” says Kofod. “Some have to pay for housing, food and day care for their children, others must pay for their drug abuse, while others want an extra week’s holiday abroad.”
A typical story, according to the researcher, is that a man divorces a woman and takes all the money, and the woman then sees prostitution as the only way to earn a living.
A more nuanced picture.
“Our study shows that prostitution is a much more nuanced picture than we have previously believed,” he says.
“Firstly, we have halved the estimated number of prostitutes in Denmark. Secondly, the public debate about prostitution as poor wretches or happy hookers is distorted – most prostitutes are somewhere between these two extremes.
“The prostitutes have widely differing lifestyles and reasons for their work,” says the researcher.
How girls are lured into prostitution.
She was 14 when she was approached by Tony Brown at a San Diego County mall. Brown, who was 19, lavished attention on the girl, called her his girlfriend, and she quickly believed she was in love.
Two years later, she was in jail in Las Vegas, a 16-year-old runaway dressed provocatively in a low-cut maroon mini dress and heels, arrested after raising suspicions that she was loitering on the Strip for prostitution. How did she get there?
The same way thousands of teenage girls and young women have over the years, authorities say: through coercion, force and fraud, often at the hands of San Diego County gang members looking to build their status and get rich off selling others again and again for sex.
Her story may sound rare, the kind of thing that would happen in someone else’s family. But a new sex-trafficking study released Monday challenged many of those notions with staggering implications.
In what was described as the first and most comprehensive study of its kind in the U.S., researchers from the University of San Diego and Point Loma Nazerene University estimated there are 8,830 to 11,773 underage and adult sex-trafficking victims in the county per year. They come from all socio-economic and racial backgrounds, and 98 percent are female.
And the vast majority of the business — an underground economy worth an estimated $810 million a year — is believed to be linked to gangs.
“It was more massive in terms of numbers than we even anticipated,” said District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis. “Anecdotally most of the information we knew, but the depth and quantity was startling.”
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Yet a tally of local prosecutions are nowhere near the numbers suggested in the latest study, something prosecutors, law enforcement and child advocates hope to change as they get better at identifying this hidden population of victims.
“The No. 1 obstacle . is the fact that victims don’t identify themselves as victims,” said Chief Deputy District Attorney Summer Stephan. “We knew this was severely underreported.”
In 2012, the District Attorney’s Office prosecuted 48 human trafficking and pimping and pandering cases of adults and minors. (The data may include some adult cases that don’t involve coerced prostitution.)That number dropped by almost half last year, with 25 cases.
The study released Monday estimated 8,830 to 11,773 underage and adult sex-trafficking victims in the county. Researchers explain how they got to that number:
“First, we looked at how many people had been arrested for nine crimes — kidnapping minor for prostitution, pimping a minor, human trafficking and others. We removed duplicates, and we did not count the same person twice. We excluded adult pimping and pandering arrests, because we didn’t know without looking at the case files whether force, fraud or coercion was used.
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